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39 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
33 - Back to Nature with Wildlife Biologist Neil Hill
Neil Hill founded Rewilding Bushcraft to share his passion for the natural world with people. He believes that our modern disconnection from nature is leading directly to many of our personal, physical, and social problems. By training, a wildlife biologist, and wilderness instructor, Neil has led expeditions into some of the world’s most beautiful, remote, and wild environments. As well as these more adventurous undertakings Neil specialises in working with children, family groups, and schools. It is so important to bring children out into nature away from screens and the indoors. On his courses he will lead you into the wild places to engage with: fire lighting, shelter building, swimming in mountain lakes, climbing waterfalls, and simply sitting and reconnecting with nature. You will be taken safely on this journey by Neil, who is one of Europe’s leading nature and wilderness experts. You can find out more about Neil here and I will always keep the retreats updated on my website.
32 minutes | Jun 5, 2021
32 - Finding confidence & peace of mind with Anna Saunders
Anna Saunders is a 1-2-1 client who is a member of my SheConnects Circle group, has completed my 8-week Freedom program, AND is now herself a coach. If you listen through to the end, Anna has a little offer for all listeners to experience coaching with her. Anna Saunders is an Emotional Wellness Coach helping people overcome problems in their life. She helps people become connected to their inner potential, reconnecting them to their inner wisdom to let go of trauma, anxiety, stress, and fears so they lead a happier, more fulfilling life. She is a fully qualified Coach, Cognitive Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner. To learn more about Anna’s work, go to her website http://www.annasaunders.co.uk Join my free Facebook here
31 minutes | May 25, 2021
31 - Loss, living life & Nature with Grace Kelly #mentalhealthawarenessweek
This is the 5th and final conversation in my #mentalhealthawarenessweek series around Nature - with Grace Kelly. During today's conversation we talked about , 'Loss, living life, and Nature'. Grace is a colleague of mine, who's community I have been a part of for a few years. Last December in 2020 she lost her fiancė suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack. Today Grace talks so beautifully to the extraordinary experience she has had navigating her way through her grief over the past 6 months. The quote Grace mentioned was by Sydney Banks "If the only thing people learned, was not to be afraid of their experience, that alone would change the world" You can find out more about Grace here https://www.gracefulcoaching.net/ Go gently with yourself if you are experiencing grief - you can find my free support group here
48 minutes | May 24, 2021
30 - Our Innate natural wisdom with Ian Watson #mentalhealthawarenessweek #4
This is the 4th of my conversations for #mentalhealthawarenessweek around the topic of Nature - this episode is called, 'Our Innate natural wisdom' and was with the lovely Ian Watson. Ian Watson is a highly experienced trainer, author, and facilitator who has worked in the field of holistic health and personal transformation since 1988. He ran a busy homeopathic practice for 15 years and founded The Lakeland College in 1993 which provided professional training in homeopathy and related healing modalities. From 2003, Ian pursued a growing interest in mental & emotional health. He incorporated into his practice Journey Process Work, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Jungian psychology, Shen physio-emotional release therapy, Hakomi technique, and Byron Katie process work. Ian was introduced to the Three Principles understanding in 2011 and undertook a trainer’s training program with Dr. Mark Howard and Cathy Casey, two of the foremost pioneers in the field. He has since trained many Three Principles facilitators and shared this simple understanding with thousands of people throughout the U.K. and overseas. Ian has co-hosted Natural Wisdom programs at Dartington Hall in Devon and is currently co-hosting a Holistic Healer Foundation Training. Further information can be found at: www.theinsightspace.com The quote that Ian mentioned was by John O'Donohue - "I would love to live like a river flows, carried by the surprise of its own unfolding" My free FB group can be here.
46 minutes | May 20, 2021
29 - Our body's natural wisdom with Ali Scott #mentalhealthawarenessweek
This is episode #3 for #mentalhealthawarenessweek today I am having a conversation with my friend, and colleague, Ali Scott around our body's natural wisdom. Ali is a transformative and wellbeing coach who helps dissolve problems by shining a light on subconscious conditioning and patterns and allowing your true essence to take center stage. She also helps people find simple paths to optimal wellness, by shutting out the “noise” and becoming more informed, and more intuitive, about what their body needs. This is a lush conversation, and I hope you enjoy it. You can find out more about Ali here. My free FB support group is here.
46 minutes | May 17, 2021
28 - An Interview with Elizabeth Lovius #mentalhealthawarenessweek
This episode is #3 in my #mentalhealthawarenessweek series and is with Elizabeth Lovius. Elizabeth is my own coach, mentor, and friend. She is a changemaker and leadership coach having worked with over 10,000 people from all different walks of life, plus she is an international speaker and author! We decided on the title HUMAN NATURE, as Elizabeth sees her innate human wisdom very deeply, having herself struggled with bipolar in her past. She really talks to the human struggle so beautifully and shares a poem she wrote about our humanness here. I hope you enjoy Elizabeth's take on our HUMAN NATURE, Love, Charli, and Elizabeth. You can find out more about Elizabeth's leadership & changemaker work here, and my free FB group is here
51 minutes | May 17, 2021
Episode 27 - An Interview with Lian Brook-Tyler
Lian is the co-founder of Primal Happiness soon to be known as 'WAKING THE WILD' and a Soul Embodiment Guide for leaders and magical ones. Her mythical journey began when she leapt from corporate leadership onto the path of spirituality, after she suddenly, and somewhat mysteriously, recovered from 15 years of chronic pain and anxiety. That inexplicable transformation led her to immerse herself in discovering what creates struggle, and conversely, how to create a life overflowing with love, beauty, and magic. Her work today is focused on leading men and women along the soul-led, open-hearted sovereign path of Waking The Wild… guiding them to reclaim their wildness and actualise their deepest gifts. Lian lives in a 400-year-old, quintessentially English country cottage with her husband, two children, and an array of ginger rescue animals. She is living into her vision of liberating wild souls to be the unique medicine they came here to be. I hope you enjoy listening to Lian's magical wisdom around waking her wild heart, and how this has impacted her life for the better. Love, Charli, and Lian Brook-Tyler
10 minutes | May 14, 2021
Charli about her relationship to nature for #mentalhealthawarenessweek 2021
Today I am chatting about my own personal experience and journey into nature and my own mental health, and why I love this year's mental health week's theme of nature. Nature has taught me so much, and I am so happy to be bringing you this series of the next 5 episodes. My free Facebook group can be found here.
29 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
25 - An Interview with Harbir Kaur
Harbir Kaur Singh is a Personal Injury Solicitor and single mother. She started studying with me in March 2020 when the Covid lockdowns began in the UK and her own anxiety and panic attacks became too much for her to bear. Listen to her story about how she has overcome this anxious over-thinking and how she is still learning every day to cope with life's challenges. Harbir is a member of my CIRCLE group and a leader of her local Girl Guide's troupe working with 10-13-year-old girls.
33 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
24 - An Interview with Del Adey-Jones
Del Adey-Jones is a 3 Principles Practitioner, Mentor, Speaker, Blogger and host of “Insightful Conversations with Del Adey-Jones” a weekly live-streaming YouTube and Podcast series featuring some of the most impactful voices in the 3P Community. Del’s specialty is helping people find The Way Out of Codependency and Narcissistic Abuse, through the understanding of the 3 Principles. Her practice is informed both by the empathy gained from real-life experience and her deeper studies of spirituality and human psychology. Using her relatable approach to coaching and her commitment to creating a safe space to explore the Inside Out Understanding, she continues to serve her clients both locally and remotely worldwide. To learn more about her Coaching, Workshops and Mentoring packages, go to her website at Deladeyjones.com
33 minutes | Feb 21, 2021
23 - An Interview with Sheridan James
Sheridan James divides her time between Egypt & the UK.. She has been a client of mine since my Bootcamp days in Cambridge. She is an extraordinary woman with a wonderful story to tell about her own transformation. Currently you can find Sheridan in my CIRCLE community, and riding around Cambridge with her dog Winston.
51 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
22 - An Interview with Mavis Karn
I was extremely lucky to get time to interview Mavis Karn, LSW, MA, who works in her private practice offering coaching, counseling, teaching, education and consulting services. Mavis’ honesty and humble “true north” understanding of the principles is deeply and broadly respected by clients and colleagues globally. She works from her home office in Minnesota. She published The Myth of Peer Pressure, and a well-known letter to juvenile inmates, The Secret. This was a conversation I truly enjoyed and I hope you do too. My free support group for women can be found here
32 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
21 - An Interview with Steph Lott
Please join me in this episode with a dear client Steph Lott, who has been a member of my SheConnects Circle group since it started in May 2019. Steph is from Cambridge and works in HR. We cover the menopause, how herrelationship with her body has changed since joining and how she now KNOWS she is enough. I hope you enjoy this. My free support group for women can be found here
47 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
20 - An Interview with John El-Mokadem
John El-Mokadem is a Breakthrough Coach based in the UK with 16 years’ experience, providing both personal and corporate coaching, training, and mentorship services. John has learned from some of the top success and performance coaches in the world, studying and exploring what enables us to really be at our best, to help guide his clients to make their own breakthroughs. The transformations John witnesses are often life-changing, as clients gain a deeper understanding of how their minds work, enabling them to experience a healthier, happier, more successful, and creative life. He works with clients all around the world and has a specialty for helping people with chronic health conditions – a by-product of his own healing journey from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). It was this healing journey that led him to conduct a research study to demonstrate the transformative effects of his approach for other sufferers of CFS and the results of this study are now in peer review pending potential journal publication. You can find out more at: https://www.breakthroughthat.com and https://www.johnelmokadem.com
36 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
19 - An Interview with Caroline Cannons
Caroline Ellen Cannons is a member of my community circle group, and has just completed the 8-week 'Finding freedom from habits & anxiety' programme with me. She has been a client of mine for just over a year within my group programmes. Please have a listen as Caroline shares her experience of what has changed for her over the years, including how she. o longer spends all night worrying, and why she no longer attends weight-watchers. I hope you love her as much as I do.
57 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
18 - An Interview with Scott Kelly
Scott has spent over 23 years as a coach, mentor, and integrative health practitioner assisting individuals in reconnecting to their innate health and well-being, improving performance and living with clarity. State of mind coaching is the foundation to his integrative health and well-being programs and has worked with professional athletes, Olympians, couples, families, teams, corporations and individuals who want to live, work, perform and play from their inner vitality. Scott is a dynamic and impactful presenter and teacher. He designs and delivers workshops and talks that leave people with a new and insightful understanding about their own health, well-being, and potential. In this episode we talked about: The hope and possibility within the coronavirus The fact that we are always living in the unknown What is going on in our brain from a survival point of view Why there is nothing to fear How thoughts create our reality How toilet roll got into our consciousness And much more.
82 minutes | Jan 21, 2020
17 - An interview with Dr. Bill Pettit
Dr. Bill Pettit is a board-certified psychiatrist who has spent the majority of his career awakening mental health, and sharing the understanding that there is just one cause — and one cure — for mental illness. Bill Pettit has shared the Three Principles within his psychiatric practice for more than 35 years. Bill was mentored personally for over 26 years by Sydney Banks, and his direct experience with Syd’s teaching closely informs his work. His most recent speaking and coaching work has focused on overcoming trauma, and the understanding that there is just one cause—and one cure—for mental illness. Bill is board-certified in psychiatry and holds an M.D. from University of Illinois College of Medicine and a B.A. from Creighton University, and has been previously board-certified in mind-body medicine, and twice certified in addiction medicine. He presently holds an appointment as Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Creighton University School of Medicine. Bill also served as a physician in the United States Navy for more than 9 years, including 3 years as a Navy Flight Surgeon and 3 years as Chief of Psychiatry of the Navy Nuclear Submarine base at Groton, Connecticut. He has a wonderful way of sharing the understanding that my work is based on. Find out more about Dr. Bill Pettit and get in touch with him here https://thedrspettit.com/
19 minutes | Jan 20, 2019
16 - What can you do if you feel out of control with your binge-eating habit?
13 minutes | Jan 20, 2019
15 - Grief/ PTSD and my Brother's Birthday
33 minutes | Jan 20, 2019
14 - Mrs Menopause on her journey of self-discovery within menopause
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